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Sinclair ZX Spectrum Home Computer
Sinclair Research Ltd., 1986
CPU: Z80A @ 3,5MHz
Memory: 16 KB RAM
Graphics: 256x192 8 colours
OS: Sinclair-BASIC
Its keyboard is quite similar to a standard typewriter's one but each key can perform more than one function. All information stored in its memory is lost when it is switched off. One way of keeping the information for later use is by recording it on a cassette tape which serves as a floppy disk.
Presented by K. Lanyi Scott to the Computer Center of Humboldt University, Berlin
Mrs. Lanyi got this first computer of hers from her parents as a gift in 1986. Using it she started learning BASIC. In 1998 when she got her position at the Computer Center much better personal computer had been created and become popular. It was preserved quite well and carefully kept along with two computing course manuals, a useful "Tipps and Tricks " guide and instructions for programming. Exhibit on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvimD58-ez0